Nainital industrial visit can be very interesting, students may visit the nearby(enroute) special economic zone developed by State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand in Rudrapur, this large Integrated Industrial Estate has numerous manufacturing units like Tata Motors, Brittania Industries, Parle Agro, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. ,LA OPALA RG, Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd, Bosch Chassis System PVT.Ltd, Nestle India Ltd. Etc
Nainital, an old-world hill station in the Kumaon, is set around the ebony-emerald Naini Tal (Lake) ringed by hills. Founded by Mr. P. Barron, a European merchant and an enthusiastic hunter in 1841, the city derives its name from a temple dedicated to the goddess ‘Naini Devi”. Located at a height of 1938 meters, this famous hill station of India is surrounded by pine forests. Its numerous lakes, stunning mountain vistas are a paradise for holidaymakers and nature lovers.
A travel to Nainital is a fairytale panoramic tour through the Himalayan Mountains where nature is both the backdrop and the director.
Sights to See
This attribute lake is believed to be one of the emerald green eyes of Shiva’s consort, Sati. According to Hindu mythology, when Sati’s father insulted Shiva by not inviting him to a family sacrifice, she immolated herself in protest. This infuriated Shiva who gathered the charred remains in his arms and proceeded to engage in ‘tandav’ “dance of cosmic destruction,” which threatened the very existence of the world. To terminate the dance, Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe, chopped up Sati’s body into pieces, and the remains were scattered throughout India. The modern Naina Devi Temple at the northern end of the Naini Lake is the exact spot where Sati’s eye is believed to have fallen.
A visit to the Snow View is a must for all Nainital visitors who want to have a grand view of Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak. High above the town, Snow View is a hilltop area and 2,235m (7,450 ft.) above sea level. There visitors will find a small marble temple dedicated to Dev Mundi housing images of different gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheons including Durga, Sita, Shiva, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman.
Located at an altitude of 2292 meters and 4 km from the town, Dorothy Seat, also known as Tiffin Top, is set atop the Aryapatta Hill. Here you will find a memorial to an English lady named Dorothy Kellet, believed to have been killed in an air crash. Today the place is a famous picnic spot.
Kilbury is located 2528 meters above sea level and at a distance of 3 km. A forest rest house is available for overnight stay and reservation for the same may be made through the District Forest Office (DFO), Nainital.
A picnic spot at an height of 2481 meters with a view of mountain ranges.
Almora (67 Km.)
Famous for Nanda Devi temple, this hill town is located at an elevation of 5400 feet in the Kumaon Hills. Known for its healthy climate, the place attracts vistors who take the 8 km trek to the Kesar Devi temple amidst picturesque surroundings.
Jageshwar (34 km)
A religious place of utmost importance, Jageshwar is home to a complex of over 150 shrines set gem-like in a narrow riverine valley enclosed by towering deodars. The most important shrines are the Mritynjaya, Jyotirlinga and the Dandeshwar Temple.
- Parle Foods Pvt Ltd
- Tata Motors
- Mahindra Tractors
- Bajaj Automobiles
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
Corbett National Park (113 Km.)
One of India’s best known wildlife sanctuaries, the Corbett National Park, lies along the Ramganga river at the foot of the Kumaon hills and named after Jim Corbett, the famous naturalist and the legendary hunter of the man-eaters of Kumaon. This is the first National Park established in India in 1936. In 1973, it was declared as a tiger reserve under Project Tiger.
Mukteshwar (51 Km.)
On a ridge some 2,254m (7,513 ft.) above sea level, Mukteshwar boasts dramatic views of the Himalayas, fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest. At the edge of town, on the top of a rock, is century-old Mukteshwar Temple, whose presiding deity is Lord Shiva.
(91 Km. from Pithorgaradh and 34 km from Chaukori): According to Hindu mythology, the Patal Caves are the home of Bhuvaneswara Mahadev and Shesh Nag. The caves have some stalactite and stalagmite formations also.
Sat Tal (21 Km)
It comprises of 7 lakes, the most important one being the Jade green Garud Tal, followed by the olive green Rama Tal and then the Sita Tal. On the banks of Sita Tal is a Tourist Bungalow and a log hut surrounded by wooded hills.
How would you like to travel?
- 67 km from Almora
- 403 km from Agra
- 303 km from Badrinath
- 318 km from Delhi
- 306 km from Haridwar
- 120 km from Kausani
- 380 km from Lucknow
- 155 km from Moradabad
- 355 km from Mussoorie
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